Project Concordia

Project status

In progress


This project aims to test two hypotheses that:

  • Manual Legionella monitoring activities account for around 8% of all non-household consumption; and
  • Non-household users can change their behaviour in relation to Legionella risk management and save around 80% of the water dedicated to manual activities through remote flow and temperature sensing technology.

Over a two-year period, Project Concordia will deploy 1,000 remote combined flow/temperature sensors, across a range of customer types, to see if it can harmonise water demand reduction with water safety and the effective management of Legionella risk in non-domestic buildings.

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